Our History on the AirwavesCapital Community Radio

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Our History on the Airwaves

Capital Radio 101.7 FM & Capital Digital in association with AGELINK THEATRE and THEATRE 180 heralds the re-birth of Radio Drama with the production and broadcast of celebrated history plays by Jenny Davis OAM

Uncovering May Gibbs
May Gibbs grew up in WA and our flora and fauna inspired her paintings and stories. Hear about her early life with children’s authors, Ethel Turner and Mary Grant Bruce
Sarah of Enderslea Farm Sarah and Henry Morley built the farm in 1853 and employed convict labour to assist them. Hear the family’s joys, sorrows and adventures in the Geraldton area.
And Now The Governor’s Wife
Mrs Ellen Stirling, Mrs Mary Hampton, Lady Annie Broome and George Fletcher Moore meet at a tea party, to compare the trials, tribulations and exciting times.
Red Flowering Gums
1929, Helen Ogden, Ida Richardson, Edith Cowan, and Elsie Finlayson meet to compare women’s lives post World War 1.

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Telefunken Drive, Ardross, WA

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